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Rise & Shine: At least two breweries offer teacher training

Good morning,

Remember when you were a kid and you ran into your teacher at the grocery store or the Barnes & Noble? For me, meeting teachers out of context was when my shyness peaked. Now, imagine you ran into your teacher at the canal — rowing a gondola and singing in Italian. That’s what happened to an Indianapolis student, when he encountered his teacher working a second job.

Read on for the details.

— Dylan Peers McCoy, reporter

SIDE HUSTLE: By day, this teacher works at a local charter school. When he’s not at school and the weather’s nice, he’s a singing gondolier along the downtown canal. Chalkbeat

SCHOOL CHOICE: There’s a sharp racial divide among Democrats on charter schools, according to results from two polls. Chalkbeat

TEACHER TRAINING: At least two breweries in Indiana are offering professional development for teachers this summer after the legislature imposed a requirement that they have training related to their community’s workforce needs. IndyStar

SAFETY: A 15-year-old boy has been arrested after a threat was made on social media against Fishers Junior High School. IndyStar, FOX59, WISH

FINDING FACTS: When science teachers look for material on climate change, they often find propaganda. AP